Category: N64


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Games for Grownups

You Must Be 18 Years or Older to Enter this Website. Are You 18? Click Yes or No When there is no consequence, we humans have a difficult time following the rules. That's a broad statement but one that comes with precedence and observation. This is not to say that everyone is running stop signs…

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The Free Cheese’s 20 Favorite N64 Games

To celebrate the twentieth anniversary of the Nintendo 64, we put together a list of our twenty favorite games on the platform. This list was designed to give us the opportunity to curate our memories of the N64 library, and to combine our stories together. We individually created our own lists that consisted of our twenty…

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When we create a map of video game history, we look at the beginning and we look at how what we consider to be the classic era has shaped games that followed those of the arcade and early home consoles. As it turns twenty years old, this month we’re choosing to focus on how the Nintendo 64 has influenced us.

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The Free Cheese Game Club | Star Fox 64 3D

This month, The Free Cheese Game Club has chosen to play Star Fox 64 3D. Yes, you may now "do a barrel roll." At E3 2014, Nintendo announced a new entry in the Star Fox series. There wasn't much in the way of footage for the game, and we knew very little about the upcoming…

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Retro Spotlight: Perfect Dark

In the wake of one of the most popular titles on the Nintendo 64, GoldenEye 007, Rare introduced the world to a brand new game that rivaled its predecessor and advanced it in many ways. Perfect Dark was released for the Nintendo 64 on May 22, 2000 in North America. It felt and looked like…

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Retro Spotlight: Wetrix

Is it Tetris? Why is it wet? I still don't know. I remember being in a Best Buy on a random Tuesday when I was 9 or 10 years old. Looking through all of the games that were available for the Nintendo 64, we somehow walked out with Wetrix. I'm still not sure if I…

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Retro Spotlight: Star Fox 64

Star Fox 64 was first released on the Nintendo 64 in 1997. Developed by Nintendo EAD, Star Fox 64 is a sequel to the SNES game Star Fox. The game was the first game that supported the Rumble Pak for the Nintendo 64, a peripheral that added a vibration feature to the console's controllers. The…

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